Wednesday, 27 June 2018

CLOGHERHEAD PARISH - AMYS "DUMPING GROUND"

CLOGHERHEAD PARISH COUNTY LOUTH
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AMY MARTIN
EAMON MARTIN OF ARMAGH HAS SENT ANOTHER SEXUALLY DEVIANT GAY PRIEST TO BE PARISH PRIEST OF CLOGHERHEAD PARISH IN COUNTY LOUTH.

Eamon McCamley, the former PP of Keady in Armagh, who specialized in showing his "bits and bobs" to other men online is to become the new PP of Clogherhead - after Amy gave him a "sabbatical" of a year.



In Clogherhead McCamley will be replacing the disgraced former PP of Pomeroy - Father Martin McVeigh - who managed to show pictures of naked men, by accident, on his laptop when preparing parents for their children's First Holy Communion.





After spending his time in "Purtagory" - Clogherhead - Amy is now promoting him to the larger parish of Dundalk.


What have the people of Clogherhead ever done to Armagh and Amy for them to become the resettlement parish for errant gau parish priests?

An Armagh source has sent us the leaked beginning of the Armagh Diocesan changes 2018:


Very Rev. Mark O'Hagan Admin VF St Patrick's Dundalk to be PP Magherafelt.

Very Rev. John Gates PP Magherafelt, Further Studies, Boston, USA.


Very Rev. Martin McVeigh PP Clogherhead to be Admin, St. Patrick's Dundalk.


Very Rev. Eamon McCamley, to be PP, Clogherhead.


Rev Damien Quigley CC Middle Killeavy, to be CC, Armagh.


More to follow.............................


You will notice that BULLY GATES is also being removed from Magherafelt Parish after a massive storm of protest over his mistreatment of people over many years.




He is being sent for "further studies" in the USA.

As we have seen in this Blog before, "further studies" covers a multitude of sins in the RC organization.

I hope that Gates' further studies involve courses in anger management and people skills.

DAMIEN QUIGLEY:





Also on the move in the curate who got himself into another big storm with the BBC NOLAN SHOW over his threat not to marry a couple who had voted YES in the recent abortion referendum in the Republic.

Obviously, he had embarrassed Amy and other church figures. He is being brought to Armagh where Amy and her team can watch him more closely.

Bold, bold boy, Damien!

OTHER SCANDAlS:


Amy is sitting on other clerical scandals in Armagh at the moment - including one which involves two PPs who are in a relationship with each other.

Their names, which are known to me, are the subject of daily gossip by the Armagh clergy - who are just waiting for the boil to burst!

PLUS- these two guys have "the dirt" on several others.

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99 comments:

  1. It gets better every day. You couldn't make it up. Silly question but are there parallels between the old USSR and the way the church is allegedly run

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  2. The moves in Armagh have been halted today (Wednesday) until further notice on account of the leak last night (Tuesday) on your blog. Much frantic running around today in Armagh with an equal amount of frantic phone calls. One PP listed was unaware he was being moved until several phone calls late Tuesday night to tell him (shock horror) to read the blog. Another was on the verge of resigning if moved because no announcement was made. They are all in a spin and furious that for two years running Buckley has leaked Armagh’s clergy moves. Amy determined this time round to stop the leak and make fresh moves. Oh dear! All is not well in the primatial city.

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    1. Interesting.

      We will see how Amy tries to sort all this out.

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    2. Pat your going to put the Eamon man in a mental hospital.

      There's a Judas amongst the Clergy!

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    3. 10:05 Roman Catholic clergy ARE a Judas, a collective one. It's why the Roman Catholic Church has repeatedly been betrayed down the centuries.

      Away w' the useless, sponging lot o' 'em!

      Just sayin', like.😆

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    4. Oh Magna! what have I told you, You're on the Vitriol again. You are A Judas never done betraying The Holy Church for 30 pieces of silver, just so you can get to the off license AGAIN!

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    5. Yes, B! My vitriol is an excellent vintage with a robust nose.

      A wonderful accompaniment to a well-cooked bile.

      Marvellous stuff!😆

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    6. Yes Magna Dear I can sense your full of Bile just watch it does not choke you! I would not want anything to happen to you before you are reconciled to Our Holy Mother The Church.

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  3. The 'Religous' orders are just as bad Pat.

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  4. Pat, Have you heard what happened to Rev. Patrick Burke (Aged 39) that died suddenly in Westport (Archdiocese of Tuam)?

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    1. The man died naturally in his sleep, having gone home early from an event feeling unwell. He had an underlying heart condition. May he rest in peace.

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    2. Let’s hope his diocese ensured his heart condition was treated and he was looked after. Obviously not. What bishop likes a sick priest? Let’s hope he wasn’t being worked into the ground.

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    3. He was a kind and gentle soul. A model priest and a massive loss. He will be missed by those of us lucky enough to have called him a friend. RIP. May the angels of the Lord receive his soul.

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  5. The PP of ....... and the PP of ....... We all know what is going on! Not only the clergy of Armagh but clergy up and down the country! We all know what is going on!

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  6. Pat, who is your Armagh mole? Must be at high level if moves are being made and Clergy not aware of them

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    1. I never reveal my sources or give tgevidentity if those who contact me. That's the No 1 rule of journalism/blogging.

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    2. Where in the list of rules does making sure the things you write about are based in fact fall? I would have thought it should be number 1.

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    3. oh you're a journalist now. I'm sat at my desk laughing

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    4. I did write for the News of the World (Londin) for 11 years and for The Sunday News (Belfast) before that and for The Big Issue also and was a member of the NUJ.

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    5. Webster Dictionary

      "a journalist is, “a writer or editor for a news medium, a writer who aims at a mass audience,” or simply, “a person who keeps a journal.” I would have thought Bishop Pat's monthly audience of 150,000 - 250,000 + is a mass audience?

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    6. Thank you Dom Erik.

      Figures for last month: 179,480.

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    7. Pat, Can you prove those figures?

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    8. Don't feel I have to.

      But will, see new pic added at bottom of blog above.

      Monthly total 179 532

      52 visitors in 14 minutes.

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    9. Thank you Pat. They are big numbers. Frankly, I'm surprised. Many magazines etc would be very happy with those figures.

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    10. The top 10 visitors by country for the past few days

      United Kingdom 20225

      Ireland 17494

      United States 3877

      Italy 502

      Germany 487

      Belgium 313

      Australia 199

      France 145

      Japan 103

      Canada 86

      My stats just give me the top 10 figures.

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    11. Is Northern Ireland considered as the UK in this context?

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    12. Anyone see the carry on with the wiser page, turns out a few people have been rumbled.

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    13. What's the wiser page?

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    14. @12:55 Is that you, Dom Erik Varden? We all know how glad you were to receive the elderly Dominican who came to hear the confessions of your community for over twenty years, yet the minute he was maliciously and falsely accused of scandal, you so readily dropped him to keep favour with your fellow Dominican superiors.

      We also know of the rumoured scandals surrounding both Orders, yet it is always the innocent who are persecuted!

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    15. @14:22 Northern Ireland is part of the UK in this and every other context. #ulsterisbritish #nosurrender

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    16. @22.33
      1. Rugby
      2. Nonetheless, thank you for keeping N.Ireland. The Republic appreciates it more than you know

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  7. With no wish to cause offence or upset to anyone living in Clogherhead - the place couldn’t be any further off the beaten track. It’s stuck in the middle of nowhere between Dundalk and Drogheda. Not sure who said this before but some naughty Armagh priests always seem to end up over the border in co Louth.

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    1. Could it be that Clougherhead has poor internet and mobile phone coverage and therefore a good place for Amy to put porn and Grindr addicts McVeigh and McCamley?

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  8. I've read that diocesan priests are regarded as self employed. If that is correct, and a N Ire. based priest pays his own national insurance stamp to build up his pension rights, how is he affected if his bishop orders him south of the border into the Republic? If unable to continue obtaining potential pension entitlements is he not therefore being greatly disadvantaged by his clerical boss, and what action could he take,....apart from refusing to move?

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    1. Maybe there is some EU arrangement?

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    2. There are crossborder agreements for that. Loads of people live on one side and dive careers either side of the border

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  9. How is it possible for a priest who has been caught masturbating on the internet to ever minister again anywhere? The same for the man who showed porn at a 1st Communion meeting? It beggars belief.

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    1. The clergy and hierarchy regard themselves as superior and answerable to no one.

      Would you send your son into a Confessional with a priest who was having online sex with men?

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  10. 09.51 Pat some clergy not ALL regard themselves as superior. That is grossly unfair and unjust to say that. We are all not like that. How can a Priest who is afraid and very conscious of wearing his collar in public regard himself as superior. Some of us are just as sickened at other clergy like everyone else.

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    1. I take your point.

      I always wear my collar.

      Yes, I have been verbally abused - in the Republic - not in Northern Ireland.

      But no one is going to tell me what I can and cannot wear.

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  11. Are you investigating Dundalk and Loughgall?

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  12. You are having a laugh Pat. Mrs McCamley the video star as a PP????? McVeigh the pornographer as a PP???? This can't be true.

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    1. That was? Is? Amy's plan.

      The leak may change that?

      And if McCamley and McVeigh get parishes, Why not Rory Coyle?

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    2. I suppose its the age difference -- Rory can be cut loose and survive whereas it would be very difficult for the other two prune-persons.

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  13. We haven't heard any news about the Oratory for a long time Pat. Have ye all gone on summer holidays? What about the Little Brothers? Are they still feeling unwell?
    Maybe in this summer weather you are taking a break in Larne to have some ice-cream before you march on the 12th.

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    1. The Little Brothers are well. Each of them is now living alone with one still in the main house.

      The practice marching started in Larne last night.

      Sadly, we were not represented.

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    2. You're saying they were not suited to community life?
      Do they have communal prayer?

      Are they interested in taking on new members?

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    3. They, we decided that the living alone and coming together regularly for prayer and discussion/support was the model they felt comfortable with. Yes. They are open to new members - but its not about numbers.

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    4. Sounds like a similar life to the carthusians. Fair play to these men for their initiative and endurance

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    5. This is not anywhere like the Carthusian way of life and prayer. Go to Parkminster and see for yourself.

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  14. I hear McArdle in Moneymore was advised to take sick leave but is refusing to go. The hunt is on for your snitch in Armagh. I hear Gates has threatened resignation. McCamleys been advised to take an extended holiday until after September. It’s all kicking off.

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  15. Good news about Gates. That will be two bullies away from our Parish. Good riddance. The folk in Magherafelt are rejoicing.

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  16. Off the main point, but do you know if Irish diocesan priests who have a “civilian” job eg teaching keep their salary or does it go to the diocese and they get a priest’s salary? Thanks in advance.

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    1. Goes to diocese and they get the diocesan salary.

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    2. thanks for the quick reply. I assume if they leave the priesthood but keep the job they’d earn the full salary.

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  17. Names associated with LSD and Amyl Nitrite are indeed sinister. There were Poppers in Maynooth 4 decades ago. I would be more concerned with the Puppets than the Poppers.

    The plot to disable Maynooth goes back to the time Pat began his Pavement Pounding Placard Pushin Pursuits a lifetime ago, well a Christ-ike lifetime ago in that it must be 33 years. The placement of a parade of Pernicious Pansies has inflicted more self-flagellation than in a mid-eighties Mary's party where purple braided leather whips were de rigeur.

    Who are the handful of Grandmasters and who plays this Gambit? Methinks a Cardinal sin or two, or maybe a 'wannabe' Cardinal sin or two befell this Institution in the last half century. Maynooth is not the major problem, but it certainly became the target and the means to self destruct the very fabric of the Catholic Church in Ireland. In reality Pat, it will not drive people in the direction of The Oratory, it is driving the hordes away from Catholicism totally.

    I feel sympathies for the many fine men who went through those walls, have dedicated their lives to God, have saved numerous lives and enriched hundreds of thousands of lives, yet now are deemed guilty by association in the eyes of the blinkered. That is the biggest disservice and sin of all. Someone in Positions of Pivotal Power Placed these Pernicious Pansies that Picked the Pocket of Purity. That is enough PP's to bring down any gathering.

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    1. Many important points.

      People have been driven away by institutionalised, clericalised and hierarchical Roman Catholicism.

      But they are still looking an authentic spirituality.

      If the RCs keep doling out religion instead of spirituality then the hordes will continue to flee.

      I have little or no hope that the RC Church will change as needed.

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    2. Spirituality has been the biggest loss in all this scandalfest. Those that have it afraid to show it, those that lot it more inclined to use what has drifted in in its place for evil purposes.

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    3. 16.51 They say religion is for those who fear hell. Spirituality is for those who have been there.

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  18. Keep up the good work Pat! ...... PP was CC in ....... but moved very quickly! He slipped on a banana and fell into bed with another man! Married man!!!!

    Lawrence Boyle current PP of Cookstown who was CC also with ....... PP ........was faced with questions when he returned! Armagh has ran out of steam!!!!!!!! GET THEM OUT!!!@

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    1. Father McGinn of Cookstown is the best! Father Boyle has ruined our parish Pat. He is part of the Mark and Garrett gang and they are all part of a clique.

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    2. +Pat, can you please explain to us who are blind to the Mark and Garrett gang? Who are they? They sound like Ant and Dec or Dick and Dom? Who are they?

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  19. Pat did you hear about the priest in Dublin who was covering a parish and didn’t turn up to do Mass. A female politician stepped in and did some sort of communion service and said that Dublin didn’t have enough Priests to cover Masses. Well D Martin has lit on her and attacked her for commenting about the shortage of priests. It was a right ding dong lol





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  20. ....... was in Maynooth in my time! He was kicked out for a bit by the wounded healer for sleeping with another man and then got ordained!

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  21. Is there something in the water, Cooktowns Lawrence Boyle and it’s former CC now in Loughgall, Magherafelt, Moneymore Seminarian Brendan, Coalisland native Joe Quinn, John Gates and seminarian trolly dolly. Get them out. Interesing loughgall featured in the Armagh moves. Was this a leaked list of Armagh problem Priest moves that are now abandoned?

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  22. If someone is interested in joining the Little Brothers where can they get the info?
    Did the web-site ever get up and running?
    From an interested spiritual seeker

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  23. 16.06
    It’s what D Martin failed to say that should be of concern!

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  24. Women's Ordination is getting a lot of coverage 16.06

    Just listening to it on the radio RTÉ

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  25. It's hot and heavy on the radio at the moment.....

    Some people are not very happy.

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  26. I am a supporter of Women's Ordination.
    It's about time we discussed this in the Church.
    For too long we have had to keep silent about this issue.
    Hopefully all this noise will get the conversation.

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    1. If they can cook a Sunday dinner and make a cup of tea, I too shall be in favor

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    2. Men and priests should be able to cook a Sunday dinner and make tea too :-)

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    3. And make way for lesbians to make a mockery of everything.

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    4. 17.51 I think we will soon have female deacons who will baptize, do funerals and do the weddings. Most of the people who keep the parish going are female. Most of them are intelligent and with a bit of training would be very good at the job. A priest will still celebrate the eucharist. Very few people go to confession but that would be the priest's role. Anointing of the sick needs to be looked into. I would not like any of these roles but I know several woman who would be excellent.

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    5. Women's ordination has been discussed many many times but it ain't happening. Have you considered the CofI. They have women clergy who could minister to you. You'd probably find that the Anglicans are the church of your dreams. What's holding you back? Do you think their sacraments are invalid?

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  27. I'm just lazy at the best of times

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  28. Canon Hep, I haven't seen you on here for a bit. were you in drying out? :)

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    1. met your mother. she sends her regards

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  29. I get rather fed up when we hear "The Liberal Elite" and the "Mad Mods" making innuendoes about "cross dressing" when talking about the vestments of The Roman Rite. But nothing is ever said about "The Mad Feminist Dykes" forever going on about "woman's ordination" They can't wait to take off their dresses,go to the barbers for a short back and sides and put on the Roman Collar. Now that's what I call "cross Dressing"!

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  30. Don’t be expecting any warm greetings soon Pat from Amy. You’ve made a fool of her again. Lol.

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    1. I think this is all made up there's no way McCamley should be in charge of a parish again absolutely no way!

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    2. McVeigh the porn priest ended up in charge of another parish - what’s the difference.

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  31. What exactly is an Episcopal Vicar, some English dioceses are awash with them. Are there any in Ireland? Does anyone have personal experience of them as opposed to the standard Wikipedia answers from some on here.

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  32. You can forget about women giving the Catholic Church a dig out, we've decided that as the boys managed to run it into the ground by themselves they'll be more than capable to sort it out by themselves.

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  33. Pat, is it true Magherafelt will have a new Parish Priest soon. Is Fr.Gertie Gates going to America. Trump won't put up with him, unlike the Parishioners had to endure in Magherafelt with him. I hope and pray to God it's true. He is the 'worst' ever to be brought to this parish. Nasty piece of work.

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  34. Rachel Roberts29 June 2018 at 01:38

    Good work pat x

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  35. I hope that Bully Gates goes for a renewal course at the Weston School of Theology in Boston run by the Jesuits. In 1992, last I heard, they had an interdenominational chapel sporting an effeminate corpus on the cross belonging to the 'bearded lady school of religious art', who was referred to as 'Christa'. Moreover, the chapel was saturated with Episcopalian Divinity students, mostly leather-clad butch women bikers (and I say that respectfully of them, believing that is how they would have described themselves.) Gates could find himself knocked over into a ditch if he doesn't behave himself.

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  36. Lutheranism brought back the authentic Catholic doctrine that all believers are priests and as the letter to the Hebrews says have full access to God’s sanctuary. In Anglicanism, any person can do the eucharist in cases of necessity. Madigan had every right to say the full Mass and indeed should have done. Read Gary Wills book Why Priests?

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  37. We are all worried about mceniff when it comes time for gates to go to america,will he go with him but then what about his poor dog.Big decision mceniff which dog will you go with.��������

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  38. At some future date, the RC church will accept that their doctrine of transubstantiation (in relation to Christ's words at the last supper) have been misinterpreted. Oh yes they'll dress up the new explanations in some fine gobbeldygook of canonical law interpretation to satisfy the 'magesterium mob'.
    But however it's arrived at, the new understanding will be that the "this is my body ....etc" is purely symbolic.
    Of course there will be howls of protest from the clergy anxious to preserve their unique status of ontological change. But think of how many things have changed/been re-interpreted.
    "Plus ca change"

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    1. The silence is deafening! No response to the above belief? Have to assume everybody agrees then.

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